How Building Forts, Reading Stories, Playing Ball, and Praying to God Can Change the World By: Anthony Esolen
What makes boys and girls different? In society that says, "What do you mean? They're essentially the same!" It's nice to hear a different voice. Anthoney defends boyhood. He speaks of the need for boys to play and even rough house. He looks back to what it was for a boy to become a man some, what are the rites of passage, what were the trials, how had their bodies changed. It's a good book especially for fathers and mothers looking to raise boys up to become real men. There probably should be a trigger warning for all feminist but then again, I like it the way it is.